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His title track from the album was "심장을 놓쳐서" ("Because I Missed Your Heart").He successfully hold a solo concert in Japan on 23 December 2009, captivating some 2,000 fans at the Japan's JCB Hall with his music.
He served as a public service worker for 23 months after receiving four weeks of basic training at the Nonsan military camp in South Chungcheong Province.Hwanhee graduated from Gwang Moon High School before his debut.He was encouraged to audition by a staff member working for SM Entertainment at his high school festival.The original solo arrangement of 어젠 is also included in the album.A few weeks before the release of the album, Hwanhee and H-Entercom agreed to dispose of 20,000 copies of this album due to issues regarding mixing and mastering that did not meet the expectations of the artist.The rating of the show was mediocre throughout its airing, plummeting to 7% at one point.
He continued to pursue his acting career by participating in a 2008 drama "사랑해" ("I Love You") alongside actor Ahn Jae Wook.
His second mini album "H-Hour", produced by Hwanhee was released on 5 August 2010. Hwanhee was cast in a MBC daily drama, "Stormy Lovers" (previously known as Love is stronger than Death).
where he played the role of "Im Hara", a prodigy PD with a playboy attitude.
After a hiatus of five months, Hwanhee released a digital duet titled "바보가슴" ("Foolish Heart") with female newcomer singer, 숙희 "Sook Hee" in May 2010.
Hwanhee also sang "바람이 되어서라도" ("Even Becoming Wind"), the OST for the highly anticipated Korean war drama, Road No. "내가 더 아플게" ("I Will Hurt More"), a digital single written by Hwanhee was released in July 2010 and it quickly climbed to top of various Korean online music sites. Hwanhee released a digital duet with May Doni titled "남남" ("Strangers") on 29 December 2010.
The album, produced by Hwanhee was released on 22 October 2009.